Omotesando is known for its impeccably dressed and coiffed residents. With so many elegant beauties walking the streets, many scouts and hair stylists visit the area to look for potential models. Omotesando, along with Harajuku, Shibuya and Daikanyama, is known for its street fashion. As well as fashion, you can also observe exquisite architecture including Omotesando Hills, designed by Tadao Ando.
There is a Dior flagship store by the firm Sanaa and TOD’s by Toyo Ito. There are also many small, but unique, architectural and interior design examples. While walking the streets of Omotesando, you will have your pick of cafes, diners, bars, restaurants and boutique stores. Why not relax in an Ometesando coffee shop and live out the dream of many local Tokyo girls?
This cafe is hidden in the backstreets of the Harajuku area, offering high-quality Italian-style espresso. The baristas at Cafe Luigi are knowledgeable in the coffee trade and welcoming to coffee connoisseurs and newcomers alike. Menu highlights include single
Bills is a breakfast/pancake shop that originated in Australia and now has shops in several countries around the world. This particular shop is located in Omotesando.
LINE FRIENDS STORE (Harajuku)
Popular message application Line's shop dedicated to its iconic characters, Brown the Bear and Cony the Rabbit among others.
Starbucks Coffee (Tokyu Plaza Omotesando)
Starbucks Coffee at Tokyu Plaza Omotesando is located on the top floor of the shopping center, with a terrace with lush trees and plants directly accessible from the cafe.
Owned by a former buyer for one of Japan’s largest resale fashion chains, and influenced by a love of early 1980s punk music, this vintage boutique store in Harajuku specialises in 1980s and 90s fashion along with some newer funky items of clothing.
Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku
Located close to Meijijingu-Mae Station, this department store houses fashion shops such as American Eagle Outfitters and The Shel'tter Tokyo. The complex features a public park on the rooftop and is well-known for its unique wall-of-mirrors entrance.
Chardonnay Café & Cigar Bar
Chardonnay is a cigar and whisky bar located in the basement of the Harajuku Piaza Building close to the Harajuku JR, Jingumae and Omotesando stations.
Ota Memorial Museum of Art
The Ota Memorial Museum of Art in Harajuku is host to many temporary exhibitions showcasing many different styles of Japanese woodblock prints.
A.P.C. Harajuku Underground
A.P.C is a French prêt-à-porter clothing brand with several locations in Tokyo. Their flagship store is in Paris and this particular branch can be found in Harajuku.
Kiddy Land (Harajuku)
This toy store has been a Harajuku staple for over fifty years, and offers character goods and a variety of unique items that can only be found in Japan.
Tokyo Snake Center
Tokyo Snake Center is one of many cafes of a popular trend in Japan that is "Animal cafes". This serpent themed cafe, with the interior design thoroughly snake based, features a wide variety of actual snakes that you can watch through glass as you sip your cof
Chiles Mexican Grill
Conveniently located near Takeshita-dori in Harajuku, Chiles Mexican Grill serves burritos, nachos, fajitas and other Mexican specialities.
Island Vintage Coffee (Aoyama)
Opened in 2013, this coffee house chain from Hawaii is known for its freshly brewed coffee and colorful acai bowls. Other items offered on the menu include local Hawaiian favorites, such as poke bowls, fish burgers and island-style waffles. The cafe uses all-o
Fukuro No Shiro (Harajuku)
Relax from walking around and spend some time with the owls in this cafe. The name translates to "Owl Castle" and the cafe allows visitors to feed, pet and play with the feathery residents. In Japan, owls are often associated with luck and protection, as their
Mushroom Tokyo is located in the up market Omotesando area of Tokyo. The very bviously specialise in...mushrooms of course!
This store specializes in Gyoza - a kind of pot sticker dish typically filled with different types of ingredients such as ground meat and/or vegetables. This store offers two of the most popular types of gyoza: yaki-gyoza (pan fried dumplings) and sui-gyoza (b
Originally called Takuya Angel, this store was founded by fashion designer Takuya Sawada in 1955. Renowned for its bold fashion style, Salmon Harajuku offers a wide variety of different styles. Takuya Sawada used opposites in order to create his unique fashion
Green Smoothie STAND
Green Smoothie STAND offers a large variety of green smoothies made from fresh fruits and vegetables.
Santoka is a ramen restaurant, originally from Hokkaido, now with numerous locations all over the world.
Kaffir Lime is a Thai restaurant located near Omotesando street in the busy shopping neighborhood of Harajuku.
Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya-jingumae
A 5-minute walk from Meiji Jingumae Subway Station, the completely non-smoking Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya-jingumae features modern accommodations with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can request for massages or relax in the
Shibuya Tobu Hotel
Renovated in December 2015, Tobu Hotel is a 7-minute walk from JR Shibuya Train Station and is located at the centre of popular Shibuya area. Compact rooms include a fridge and free WiFi and wired internet access.
Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier
Featuring stylish rooms with a kitchenette and city views, Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier is a 2-minute walk from Gaienmae Subway Station.
HOTEL UNIZO Tokyo Shibuya
Hotel Unizo is in the heart of Shibuya, 400 metres from the 109 Building and Shibuya Scramble Crossing. It offers rooms with free wired internet and a flat-screen TV.
Sakura Fleur Aoyama
Sakura Fleur Aoyama is located in central Tokyo, a short 5-minute walk from Shibuya Train Station. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a video-on-demand system and an en suite bathroom. Guestrooms offer both air-conditioning and hea
Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel
Featuring a Western restaurant, Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel is located in the heart of Shibuya, 100 metres from JR Shibuya Train Station. Rooms include a flat-screen satellite TV and free internet.
Hotel Allamanda Aoyama Tokyo
Open from June 2016, Hotel Allamanda Aoyama is conveniently located a 1-minute walk from Gaienmae Subway Station on the Ginza Line. It boasts spacious rooms with elegant decor, a spa centre, sauna and a bar.